All current monographs on Australian law and legal system are on Level 2, as part of a sequence arranged initially by legal subject/topic rather than jurisdiction. Books in this subject sequence all have shelf marks beginning KB to KN
Below are some examples of the classification system at work - with Australian books as examples. In many sections ain the third line of the shelf mark is what to look out for!
On the ground floor of the Law Library is the "Secondary Collection" made up (predominately) of superseded editions. Many of these still have the old in-house shelf mark. You are very welcome to consult them should you wish to - there are both stairs and a lift between floors. There are desks on the ground floor too - but if you would rather bring "sec coll" materials up to another floor please feel free to do so. When it is time to leave the library, please do not worry about reshelving items. We would be grateful if you would put the volumes on the nearest book trolley, whichever floor you have been reading them.
An "ordinary" search in SOLO will find you many relevant ebooks, such as the title below. However it is recommended that you check for yourself what LexisLibrary has among its International Sources
Comparative studies can usefully extend your research. Below are a couple of examples which include Australia.
Note: Results in SOLO may direct you to different sections of the Library. Pay attention as to whether the Call number/ Shelf Mark begins with General, Cw Gen or KB - then please feel able to ask a member of staff for directions! These collections are on Level 2, but not side by side.